undermine the activity of the democratic process. republicans know the risk of punishment is low. in 2012, house dems got 500,000 more votes than republicans, but the gop kept their 30-plus seat advantage, because republicans have a massive structural advantage in the house, because of gerrymandering done after 2010. as the economists wrote, in a normal democracy, voters choose their representatives, but in america, it's rapidly becoming the other way around. gerrymandering has significantly damaged the integrity of our democracy, and made our house so predictable that the likelihood of turning blue in 2014 is equal to a school teacher becoming a drug king pin, only in your dreams. hey, did i explain that well? >> yeah, mr. white! yes, science! >> all right, that does it for "the cycle." now for someone who i'm sure agrees with all that, joy reid in for martin bashir today. >> 110%. love the "breaking bad" reference. good afternoon, i'm joy reid in for martin bashir.